The Legacy Club is a group of Nature Conservancy supporters who have made a lasting commitment to conservation by making a life-income gift with the Conservancy or by naming the Conservancy as a beneficiary in their estate plans. The Legacy Club is a way for us to recognize this profound contribution to The Nature Conservancy's future. We thank our Legacy Club members around the world for their dedication to preserving the diversity of life and for their foresight in providing for its future.
“Now, a portion of my accumulated efforts will be used to support what I have believed in and worked for the protection for future generations of the most important natural areas on Earth. I am also reminding my children of my values, which I hope I’ve successfully instilled in them too.” - Joel Adams, North Carolina Trustee
Legacy Club Benefits
As a member of The Legacy Club, you will receive exclusive benefits and insider information about our work:
- Nature Conservancy magazine, our award-winning publication;
- Our semiannual newsletter, Legacy, which features additional news and insights into how we do our work;
- The Conservancy’s annual report;
- Trip invitations to special domestic and international locations that offer unique and up-close glimpses into our projects; and
- Special event invitations.
Latest News & Features
Like true scientists, Manfred Krause and Denise Caldwell view their charitable gift annuities as part of a greater whole—as building blocks for future action to preserve the splendor and diversity of the natural world.
A bequest is one of the simplest ways to support The Nature Conservancy.
Please contact us if you would like to speak to a gift planner and find out more about joining The Legacy Club.
Enjoy these photos from past Legacy Club Journeys.
Inspired by nature, donors share their legacy stories.
"Everyone should consider giving a charitable bequest through The Legacy Club."
Watch this recording of a virtual event featuring Dave Mehlman, director of the Migratory Bird Program, as he explains the Conservancy's migratory bird conservation initiatives.
TNC's NY Director explains why he left a lasting legacy.